Volume 1: Methods, Ecological Descriptions, Results, Conservation Analysis, and Management Recommendations

Kristi Iverson, Iverson & MacKenzie Biological Consulting Ltd.

From the Abstract:
"The Vernon Commonage SEI was initiated in 2004 to provide inventory information on rare and fragile ecosystems that can be used for ecologically sustainable land use and development planning.  We used Terrestrial Ecosystem Mapping (TEM) as a base to develop a Sensitive Ecosystems theme map. The inventory was compiled through aerial photograph interpretation and field sampling in the summer of 2005. The project area covers private land, provincial parks, and small areas of crown land.  This technical report documents inventory methods and results, the conservation analysis, and provides management recommendations."

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Volume 3: Wildlife Habitat Mapping

Prepared by;  Allison Haney and Mike Sarell, Ophiuchus Consulting.

From the Abstract:
"This report is Volume 3 of a Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory (SEI) project, initiated by the Allan Brooks Nature Centre.  The report includes habitat summaries and species-habitat models for eleven wildlife species considered at risk in British Columbia.  Volume 16 describes Sensitive Ecosystems, and offers practical advice on how to best avoid or minimize damage to them. Volume 27 provides details on the Terrestrial Ecosystem Mapping and terrain mapping."

See the report [PDF].